Walmart has announced the start of their Cyber Week, but are these deals real, or just a scam to grab consumers attention?
Yesterday we wrote about Walmart’s extended Black Friday deals, which appeared to feature some great savings- until the revealed their Cyber week sales.
Consumer Press has noticed that when you click on their online Cyber Week ad many of the deals being advertised are also part of their Black Friday weekend event and are selling for the same price or just a few dollars less.
Even worse, in some instances the Black Friday prices are even cheaper.
Walmart is already coming under fire for what is being perceived as duplicitous business practices since their 1-hour guarantee appears to be a trick as well.
Walmart had no comment as of the writing of this article, as we were unable to reach anyone through their media contact email system.
Here is a list of some of Walmart’s featured Cyber Week deals that are also available for the same price as their Black Friday weekend event:
– iPod Touch 16 GB: $187.99.
– Kuerig Elite K40 single serve, with $25 Walmart Gift card: $99.
– Samsung 40″ LED HDTV: $297- you save $1 from their Black Friday weekend sale price.
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 4- 7″ tablet: $149.
-XBox One’s Assassin’s Creed Unity bundle: $349- was showing for $329 under their Black Friday deals, so you lose $20.
– Samsung 5o” 1080p LED SMARTHDTV: $497.99 .
-Nintendo 3DS XL new Super Mario Bros 2 Handheld Limited Edition: $149.96.
-2014 Holiday Barbie Doll: $33- was listed as part of Black Friday for $25, so you lose $8.
– Lifetime 44″ Pro Court height adjustable Basketball hoop: $99. SAVE $80. ONLINE ONLY.
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